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Windows 10 build 17713 makes some vital security and ease of use improvements, while also adding new features to Microsoft's browser and standardizing Inking. It gives an early look at what's to come in the next major feature update.
Microsoft revealed that Ubuntu is coming to ARM PCs at Build 2018, but it's currently unclear what other distros will follow. The release coincides with the release of the ARM64 SDK for developers.
Microsoft has detailed what will be coming to Fluent Design in 2018, including inline flyout menus, shadowing, consistent menu buttons, compact UI, and more.
Microsoft has revealed more information about Sets at Build 2018, as well as demos of its functionality. The feature could fundamentally change the way users interact with Windows.
Microsoft Launcher for Enterprise will make some vital security enhancements, adding locked-down folders and the ability for IT admins to send out company-wide notifications.
The Speech Devices SDK introduces features like echo and noise cancellation and far-field voice to help create drive thru, car assistant, and other services.
Project Kinect will provide enhanced resolution, dynamic range, and power efficiency for use in both Azure-based AI and the Microsoft HoloLens. The tool was announced during Build 2018.
Windows 10's 'Your Phone' will allegedly bring full mirroring to Android users, while iOS fans will be able to view and edit photos, files, and other media on their PC.
Update Aquatic will be the last Minecraft build for last-gen consoles, with Microsoft shifting its focus to Bedrock and Java editions of the game. The update won't come to legacy versions on next-gen consoles.
With the Visual Studio 2017 Roadmap, users can see what features are coming to the platform over the next two quarters, with updated made as features become available.
Windows 10 Redstone 5 Build 17650 brings several enhancements to users on the Insider Skip Ahead ring, namely to Windows Defender. Though the build has several issues, none of them appear major.
Attendees of Build 2018 will soon get vital information about timing, session details, keynotes, and more. With just over two weeks until Microsoft's conference, these details will be helpful for organization.
The RTM build for the Spring Creators Update (Windows 10 build 17133) is just one step away from a full launch as it makes the last branch of the Insider Program.
Microsoft has sent out two new Windows 10 previews, one for the soon-to-launch Redstone 4 and another for fall’s Redstone 5 release.
An extensive Visual Studio 2017 Preview release has added numerous new features, also including python additions and changes to C++.
Users can now register for Build 2018, with a price of $2,500 per head. The event will run from May 7 – 9 and contain a keynote from Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella.
The first Redstone 5 preview is available on Skip Ahead. It was released alongside Windows 10 Preview Build 17101 for Redstone 4 branches.
The latest Xbox Insider preview release tells you how downloads are progressing and gives basic tools for interacting with installations.
Windows 10 Build 17074 brings hundreds of tweaks, including a better reading view in Edge, Near Share improvements, and Settings tweaks. The update gives users a look at what's coming with the Redstone 4 update.
Two long awaited Windows 10 features, Timeline and Sets are making their debut with the latest Redstone 4 preview for Insiders.